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The webinar “Rights and obligations of the workshop in the management of end-of-life tires”, held on March 11 via Zoom, brought together more than a hundred professionals from the sector interested in knowing the essential aspects in relation to the rights and responsibilities in the treatment and management of ELTs, according to RD 1619/2005 recently extended and amended by RD 731/2020.

First of all, Óscar Bas explained the implications and changes brought about by the application of the new Royal Decree on the Management of End-of-Life Tires (ELT), whose regulatory scope includes all tires placed on the national replacement market, except for bicycle tires. Therefore, as of January 2, 2021, tires larger than 1,400 mm fall under the producer’s responsibility, which will be managed by the collective systems of extended producer responsibility (SCRAP).

Regarding the rights and obligations of workshops in relation to the management of ELTs, Óscar Bas pointed out that workshops should not carry out the classification of ELTs, since this task can only be carried out by an authorized waste manager or a CAT (Law 22/2011 on Waste). In addition, he clarified that workshops can continue to market second-hand tires, as long as they acquire them from an authorized manager or CAT that certifies that they are suitable to be considered as used tires according to the technical specifications of the UNE 69051 standard.

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Royal Decree 1619/2005, of December 30, 2005, on the management of end-of-life tires was issued by virtue of the regulatory authorization contained in the then current Law 10/1998, of April 21, 1998, on Waste, which granted the Government the power to establish specific rules applicable to the different types of waste in relation to their production and management. Royal Decree 1619/2005, of December 30, 2005, thus establishes the rules to be taken into account in the field of end-of-life tires, with the aim of preventing their environmental impact.

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This Royal Decree establishes, for this waste stream, the principle of extended producer responsibility, as a fundamental element among the obligations of the tire producer. It also established the possibility of complying with these obligations through integrated management systems, today known as collective systems of extended responsibility, in accordance with Law 22/2011, of July 28, on waste and contaminated soils.

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The management of this type of waste, due to its characteristics and the volume generated annually, is regulated by Royal Decree 1619/2005, of December 30, on the management of end-of-life tires, whose fundamental objectives are focused on preventing its generation, establishing the legal regime for its production and management, as well as promoting, in this order, its reduction, reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery, all in order to protect the environment and move towards a circular economy.

The Royal Decree establishes the obligations of the economic agents involved in the tire life cycle, starting with the tire producer, to whom the extended responsibility of the product producer applies and who is required to comply with the management objectives contained in the PEMAR, followed by the generator of end-of-life tires, and ending with the end-of-life tire manager who carries out their recovery and culminates the processes that give rise to the development of the circular economy in this sector.

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The management of this type of waste, due to its characteristics and the volume generated annually, is regulated by Royal Decree 1619/2005, of December 30, on the management of end-of-life tires, whose fundamental objectives are focused on preventing its generation, establishing the legal regime for its production and management, as well as promoting, in this order, its reduction, reuse, recycling and other forms of recovery, all in order to protect the environment and move towards a circular economy.

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The Royal Decree establishes the obligations of the economic agents involved in the tire life cycle, starting with the tire producer, to whom the extended responsibility of the product producer applies and who is required to comply with the management objectives contained in the PEMAR, followed by the generator of end-of-life tires, and ending with the end-of-life tire manager who carries out their recovery and culminates the processes that give rise to the development of the circular economy in this sector.